Tall Timber Tales

Anonymous. "Caught on the Run."
Duluth News Tribune [Duluth, Minnesota] 4 August 1904: 4.


James MacGillivray. "Round River."
The Press [Oscoda, Michigan] 10 August 1906.


J. E. Rockwell. "Some Lumberjack Myths."
The Outer's Book February 1910: 157-160.

James MacGillivray and William MacGillivray. "The Round River Drive."
News Tribune [Detroit, Michigan] 24 July 1910: Illustrated Section 6.


Douglas Malloch and James MacGillivray. "The Round River Drive."
American Lumberman 25 April 1914: 33.

W.D. Harrigan. "Paul Bunyan's Oxen."
American Lumberman 13 June 1914: 30.

G.M. Davis. "In Paul Bunyan's Cook Shanty."
American Lumberman 18 July 1914: 44.

W. B. Laughead. Introducing Mr. Paul Bunyan of Westwood, Cal.
Minneapolis: Red River Lumber Company, 1914.


Charles Albert Albright [P.S. Lovejoy]. "Chronicle of Life and Works of Mr. Paul Bunyan."
American Lumberman 17 June 1916: 40-41.

W. B. Laughead. Tales about Paul Bunyan. Vol. II.
Minneapolis: Red River Lumber Company, 1916.

K. Bernice Stewart and Homer A. Watt. "Legends of Paul Bunyan, Lumberjack."
Transactions of the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts, and Letters, 1916: 639-651.

A.M. Johnston. "Lumberjack Songs While You Wait."
American Lumberman 24 June 1916: 27.


H.J. Oberholtzer. "Ode to Paul Bunyan."
New North [Rhinelander, Wisconsin] 12 April 1917.


Anonymous. "Tall Timber Tales."
Lumberjack Bulletin, Weekly Industrial Worker Supplement [Seattle, Washington] 13 April 1918: 1.

Ed C. Hemp. "Paul Runion Bunion."
The Lumberjack [Seattle, Washington] August 1918: 12-13.


Anonymous. "Paul Bunion and Swede Charlie Have Awful Experience With Midsummer Thaw."
Four L Bulletin September 1919: 30.

Fred Jenderny. "That Lumber Camp."
The Stars and Stripes [Paris, France] 13 June 1919: 4.

Harry L. Cummings. "All Together, Boys."
The Stars and Stripes [Paris, France] 23 May 1919: 4.

R.L. Backus. "Working On The Drive."
American Lumberman 19 July 1919: 63.

Ida Virginia Turney. Paul Bunyan Comes West.
Eugene, Oregon: University of Oregon Press, 1919.


Lee J. Smits. "The Epic Lumberjack."
Seattle Star [Seattle, Washington] 17-29 November 1920.

G.A. Utke. "As We Drove the Michagamme."
American Lumberman 3 January 1920: 64.

Al W. Anderson. "Paul Runyon Bunyun Is With Us Again."
Camp and Mill News [Seattle, Washington] July 1920: 14.


Robert Frost. "Paul's Wife."
Century Magazine November 1921: 83-89.

Esther Shephard. "The Tall Tale in American Literature."
The Pacific Review December 1921: 410-414.

Charles O. Olsen. "Paul Bunion Gets a Bear Hide."
Four-L Bulletin May 1921: 38.


Anonymous. "Who Was Paul Bunyan."
Ironwood Daily Globe [Ironwood, Michigan] 24 June 1922: 2.

W. B. Laughead. The Marvelous Exploits of Paul Bunyan.
Minneapolis: Red River Lumber Company, 1922.

G.A. Utke. "A New Paul Bunyan Story."
American Lumberman 5 August 1922: 45.

G.C. Morbeck. "Paul Bunyan-An Authentic Account of His Pre-Historic Activities."
The Ames Forester 1922: 101-103.

Tales contributed by readers. "Paul Bunyan."
Four L Bulletin March 1922: 27; April 1922: 36; May 1922: 34-35.

DeWitt Harry. "The Listening Post."
Morning Oregonian [Portland, Oregon] 7 February - 2 April 1922.

Charles E. Brown. Paul Bunyan Tales.
Madison, Wisconsin: The Author, 1922.

Annice Calland. "Excerpts from the Book of Paul Bunyan."
American Lumberman 2 September 1922: 79.


Hubert Langerock. "The Wonderful Life and Deeds of Paul Bunyon."
Century Magazine May 1923: 23.

Anonymous. "Not Paul Bunyan's Ox."
The Timberman December 1923: 28.

Douglas Malloch. "In Which Paul Bunyan Again Demonstrates His Superiority Over the Rest of Mankind."
American Lumberman 20 January 1923: 79.

Carl Van Doren. "Paul Bunyan Goes West."
A Roving Critic New York: A. A. Knopf, 1923: 105-107.


Elmer S. Hader. "A Gallery of American Myths."
Century Magazine April 1924: 894.

Editor. "Origin of Paul Bunyan Stories."
American Lumberman 7 June 1924: 38.

James Stevens. "The Black Duck Dinner."
American Mercury June 1924: 161-169.